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Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador Including the Galápagos Islands

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Miles McMullan(Author), Lelis Navarrete(Author), Robert S Ridgely(Foreword By)
224 pages, 4000 colour illustrations
Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador
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  • Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador ISBN: 9780982761533 Paperback Jan 2013 Out of Print #210179
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Language: English

Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador is the first book to cover both Ecuador and the Galápagos islands, and includes 50 mainland species not included in previous guides for Ecuador.

Plates are arranged to show illustrations, maps, text, fieldnotes as well as information on endemism and threat status in a single information cell. Emphasis is placed on quick comparison of species in the field, with notes focusing on those features most useful in identification. The format is designed with outdoor use in mind. The maps show the distribution in Ecuador, while information on the Galápagos is given as a birdlist in an appendix at the end of the book.

Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador is designed to have a broad appeal among both serious birders and beginners and dabblers, and so increase awareness of the birds of this accessible country. A percentage of the proceeds from the sales of this book will go toward conservation efforts in Ecuador.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Miles McMullan(Author), Lelis Navarrete(Author), Robert S Ridgely(Foreword By)
224 pages, 4000 colour illustrations
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